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We are seeking outstanding, highly motivated candidates for scientist roles in the new Therapeutic Genome Engineering (TGEn) group that is part of a multidisciplinary team of scientists and clinical researchers to help advance genome editing strategies to treat sickle cell disease to a Phase 1 clinical trial. Our therapeutic pipeline is fueled by internal scientific discoveries directed from “bench-to-bedside” and academic collaborations.   You will have the opportunity to work with a talented interdisciplinary team of scientists to develop a cellular therapy with the goal of treating patients here at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and worldwide. The ideal candidate will have a combination of experience with genome editing and human hematopoietic stem cells.   You will have the opportunity to learn about and support new exciting projects such as: - Development and optimization of pre-clinical genome editing strategies for sickle adult hemoglobin. - Process development and IND-enabling studies (Pharm/Tox) Apply today! A cover letter is highly recommended.   Please include a cover letter in your application addressed to Dr. Jonathan Yen.    
Job ID
F1180
Department
Hematology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is one of the world's premier research and treatment centers for pediatric cancer and childhood diseases. It has been recognized by Fortune magazine as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” every year since 2011 and was one of The Scientist’s top 10 “Best Places to Work in Academia” for 7 consecutive years.   The Department of Radiation Oncology at St. Jude is seeking a creative and highly motivated Medical Imaging Scientist who shares our passion for advancing pediatric cancer treatments to join our research team. Under the supervision and guidance of the principal investigator (faculty member), your role will focus on maximizing the therapeutic ratio in proton therapy through novel analysis and modeling of imaging, radiation dose and clinical outcome data. Your discoveries can directly impact pediatric cancer patients treated at St. Jude and the world.   The main areas of our imaging research include improving proton therapy accuracy, developing adaptive proton therapy, and assessing/predicting tumor and normal tissue response to radiation therapy in clinical trials. You will have access to our state-of-the-art imaging technology, which includes two MRI machines, a PET/CT and Spectral CT, all dedicated solely to our department.
Job ID
43761
Department
Radiation Oncology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
At St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, we know what can be achieved when the brightest scientific minds face the fewest barriers. That’s why we provide world-class facilities, state-of-the-art technologies, and extraordinary support for your research to ensure scientific progress is never halted from a lack of resources. At St. Jude, you will be part of a collaborative, bench-to-bedside environment where you can see, firsthand, how your science translates into survival for the children we serve.   This is an exciting opportunity for a self-motivated scientist to join the Immunology Department at SJCRH in the laboratory of Dr. Thirumala Devi-Kanneganti. Our laboratory extensively employs murine models to understand how the innate immune system recognizes and responds to pathogens and how genetic mutations in innate immunity affect the development of infectious, inflammatory, and autoimmune diseases in humans.  
Job ID
F1196
Department
Immunology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
The laboratory of Shengdar Q. Tsai is seeking outstanding, highly motivated, and creative candidates for a Scientist, starting in November 2021, to define and improve genome editing strategies for treatment of sickle cell disease. The ideal candidate will have experience with genome editing technologies, human hematopoietic stem cells, or high-throughput genomics.   You will have the opportunity to work with a group of talented interdisciplinary team of scientists to develop autologous cell therapies with the goal of treating patients here at St. Jude Children’s research hospital and worldwide. Examples of exciting projects include: - Optimizing pre-clinical CRISPR-Cas gene editing strategies for treating sickle cell disease by induction of fetal hemoglobin as a replacement for adult sickle hemoglobin. - Developing strong pre-clinical data to support advancing potentially curative, autologous cell therapy approaches to treating SCD. - Protein engineering of CRISPR-Cas genome editors with improved activity, targeting range, or specificities. - Define the safety or genome-wide activities of therapeutic genome editors. In this position, you will gain extensive experience and training in genome editing, sickle cell disease, high-throughput genomics, and characterization of human hematopoietic stem cells. We strongly support the career development of lab members through opportunities to publish in high-impact journals and present work at academic conferences. For more information about our lab and recent publications visit: www.tsailab.us   *Please include a cover letter with your application that will be reviewed directly by Dr. Tsai.
Job ID
44901
Department
Hematology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
We are looking for Senior Researcher to be part of the Genotyping Analysis core at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The Genetopying core is part of The Hartwell Center for Biotechnology designed to provide St. Jude investigators with state-of-the-art tools for biomedical discovery. Our facility is designed to increase productivity and advance progress for the growing research needs of our institution. The core laboratory is equipped with 11 Applied Biosystems Veriti thermal cyclers and a 24-capillary Applied Biosystems 3500xl Genetic Analyzer. You will have the opportunity to serve as genotyping expert and perform analysis of short tandem repeats (STR), Fragment Size Analysis (FSA), and Multiplex Ligation-dependent Probe Amplification (MLPA) analysis. You will have the opportunity of cross-training in different areas and perform diverse techniques.  The successful candidate would have strong attention to detail, experience with genotyping analysis and processing samples. If you have previous experience with automated systems, thermocyclers, robotics, pipetters, computer softwares (Microsoft software) and familiar with instrument software such as Applied Biosystem and others, you are highly encourage to apply. 
Job ID
46325
Department
Hartwell Center
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
The laboratory of Dr. Shengdar Q. Tsai is seeking outstanding, highly motivated, and creative candidates for a Researcher position to define and improve genome editing strategies for treatment of sickle cell disease and cancer immunotherapy.   You will have the opportunity to learn about and support new exciting projects such as: - Developing and testing new methods to understand the safety and global biological effects of genome editing. - Creating new high-throughput assays in vitro and in cells to measure the genome-wide specificities and activities of genome editors - Using computational tools to identify next-generation genome editors and to define the editing capacity of genome editors   - Testing strategies to manipulate human primary T cells that can be used for cancer immunotherapies. - Protein engineering of genome editors with improved activity and specificity. In this position, you will gain extensive experience and training in gene editing, epigenomics, protein engineering, and high-throughput genome biology.   St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, located in Memphis, Tennessee, is one of the world’s premier research and treatment centers for childhood disease. St. Jude has been recognized by Fortune magazine as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” every year since 2011 and was one of The Scientist’s top 10 “Best Places to Work in Academia” for seven consecutive years. St. Jude offers highly competitive stipends and benefits and actively fosters professional development.   Please include a cover letter in your application addressed to Dr. Shengdar Tsai. Application Tips  
Job ID
46374
Department
Hematology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
Overview: There’s a reason St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is consistently ranked on Fortune Magazine’s “100 Best Places to Work For” list. At our world-class pediatric research hospital, every one of our professionals share our commitment to make a difference in the lives of the children we serve. There’s a unique bond when you’re part of a team that gives their all to advance the treatments and cures of pediatric catastrophic diseases. The result is a collaborative, positive environment where everyone, regardless of their role, receives the resources, support and encouragement to advance and grow their careers.    About the position Ideal candidate will have 2+ years of experience in clinical biomedical and/or behavioral research.   The Clinical Research Associate II operates under general supervision and performs activities consistent with those of a Study Coordinator role, namely maintenance of protocol portfolio(s), informed consent(s) and preparation/submission of complex study documents. This position also performs data abstraction, collection, and entry to support clinical research and prepares submission for all reportable events. The selected candidate develops, maintains, and/or monitors case report forms and ensures compliance with prescribed interventions and evaluations of the assigned protocol(s). Provision of data to the collaborating research organization or study sponsor and preparation of complex data reports as well as serving as a mentor and preceptor to staff are also key responsibilities.   About the Department of Radiation Oncology Known for setting standards in technical delivery of radiotherapy and clinical trials, the Department of Radiation Oncology is a full-service department dedicated to clinical research and treatment of 300 children, adolescents, and young adults each year. With the mission of providing expert and compassionate clinical care, the department is the largest group of experts devoted to pediatric radiation oncology who collectively treat more children than any other cancer center or hospital in the country. The department includes: -  Multidisciplinary team: Pediatric radiation oncologists, physicists, dosimetrists, radiation therapists, registered nurses, nurse practitioners as well as supportive research teams (anesthesia, sedation,  social work and child life specialists to name a few). -  World-class resources: This includes the first worldwide installation of detector-based spectral CT and digital PET/CT in a Radiation Oncology Department, state-of-the-art 1.5T and 3T MR scanners (radiotherapy simulators), a dedicated PET/CT and the world’s first proton therapy center with pencil beam scanning technology designated solely for the treatment of pediatric cancer. -  State-of-art facility: The department has 20,000 square feet of clinical space that includes a clinic, treatment planning, therapy, anesthesia and sedation support. There are two linear accelerator systems with image-guidance, a HDR/fluoroscopy suite, and spectral CT and 1.5T MR systems dedicated to treatment planning. The adjacent 25,000 square feet St. Jude Red Frog Events Proton Therapy Center includes two gantry rooms and a fixed beam room; each equipped with high-precision patient positioning, volumetric image-guidance systems, and dedicated scanning nozzles. About Memphis This position is based in Memphis, TN; relocation assistance is available. Memphis is a family-friendly metropolitan area that more than a million residents call home. Memphis is recognized for its world-class music, food and hospitality. Cost of living is one of our biggest attractions; in fact, Money listed Memphis as one of the least expensive cities in which to raise a child. Mild winters and beautiful green spaces make the city a magnet for outdoor enthusiasts – there are over 200 miles of bike-friendly lanes with more being added. Forbes recently named Memphis the 4th happiest city in which to work. Why live anywhere else?  
Job ID
43732
Department
Radiation Oncology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
Seeking a highly motivated, organized, and responsible individual to lead a major component of our new cancer genetics and epigenetics lab, as a foundation for their career advancement in academia or industry. Candidates will leverage cancer genomics and epigenomics data that we have generated in a variety of pediatric and adult brain tumors to undertake experiments in functional discovery, validation, as well as the development of integrated large-scale datasets using new genetic technologies. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a willingness to learn new concepts and technical skills, but most importantly harbor an enthusiasm for working in a team-based environment and interfacing with national and international collaborative efforts.   Qualified candidates will have a strong background in aspects of molecular and cellular biology, developmental and stem cell biology, neurobiology, neuroscience, chromatin biology/epigenetics, and/or cancer biology, substantiated by first author publications in high-impact journals. Direct hands-on experience with in vivo functional studies and/or the biological characterization of gene/protein function are required for this position. In addition, competitive candidates will be proficient with molecular cloning, CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing, recombinant virus preparation and transduction, primary and stem cell culture, iPS cell and/or organoid propagation, and a wide spectrum of molecular, biochemical, and cellular assays. Excellent written and communication skills, ability to effectively collaborate with fellow trainees and scientists, and execute tasks in a timely manner are highly desired.
Job ID
44660
Department
Developmental Neurobiology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
A Lead Researcher position is currently available in the Department of Developmental Neurobiology, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, TN, in the laboratory of Dr. Xinwei Cao. The Cao lab studies the molecular and cellular mechanisms that regulate the development of the vertebrate nervous system, with a special focus on neural stem/progenitor cells. We are also interested in the molecular mechanisms and biological relevance of a phenomenon called “hypertranscription”. We use genetically engineered animal models as well as in vitro models and employ an integrated set of molecular, cellular, biochemical, imaging, and computational techniques. We seek accomplished and self-motivated scientists with strong background in developmental biology, cell biology, or gene regulation and extensive experience in biochemical or molecular techniques.  
Job ID
44810
Department
Developmental Neurobiology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
The Research Services Unit of the ARC provides multiple technical skills for the advancement of research with a focus on efficiency, dependability, integrity and quality so the research community can further their scientific efforts and as a result, strive to improve the quality of human life. The Technologist is expected to execute in vivo projects from beginning to end as dictated by research needs. Required to work in all areas of the facility and with all species, especially severely immunocompromised study models. It is highly desired that the ideal candidate is proficient with database software and familiar with Microsoft Outlook and Teams.
Job ID
46324
Department
ARC
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
The High Throughput Bioscience (HTB) Center at St. Jude under Director and St. Jude Faculty Member Dr. Taosheng Chen, seeks a senior cell and molecular biologist/chemical biologist to design and implement a variety of cell-based phenotypic screens, ranging from large-scale automated cytotoxicity screens, medium-scale genetic loss-of-function siRNA screens, to focused high-content imaging-based screens. The ideal candidate is familiar with high throughput screening and associated data analysis and quality control, and capable of developing/utilizing novel bioassays to solve challenging biology problems. The HTS Scientist reports to the Director of HTB Center and is expected to independently lead and implement collaborative projects; present or publish research results; and assist the Center Director in managing the daily operation of the Center. The HTB Center consists of those with advanced training in biology, chemistry, and engineering who work together on target identification and validation, assay development, laboratory automation, high-throughput and high-content screening (up to 600K small molecules and genome-scale siRNAs), large-scale data processing, and management of scientific collaborations.  
Job ID
44167
Department
Chemical Biology & Therapeutic
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
The Director of Improvement Science Research will undertake an exciting opportunity at St. Jude! The individual will be responsible to develop a vision and strategy to increase scholarly output by faculty and staff engaged in improvement science.  This position is a critical step for St. Jude to become an academic leader in improvement science for children with catastrophic disease. This position will be expected to foster a culture that embraces rigorous improvement science methods at an institutional level. The Director will guide faculty, and staff to ensure that quality improvement initiatives meet the standard for academic peer-review. This standard is met by collaborating with researchers and establishing structure that guarantees the design, methodology, analysis, and quality of scientific writing of improvement science efforts meets or exceeds scientific norms.    We are looking for someone who takes initiative and enjoys building a program from the ground up. The individual will need to be able to effectively communicate to a diverse range of internal customers. The selected candidate will be also able to balance providing strategic vision for the team and able to be hands on supporting customers. If this position sounds exciting to you, we look forward to reviewing your resume and application.
Job ID
44472
Department
Office of Quality/Pt Care Ops
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
The Geiger Lab in the Department of Pathology at St Jude Children’s Research Hospital is seeking an experienced and highly motivated Staff Scientist to join our efforts to develop improved treatments for hematologic malignancies through the study and application of adoptive immunotherapy.   The successful candidate will lead exciting and collaborative projects focused on understanding the molecular, cellular, and immunologic mechanisms influencing the efficacy of adoptive immunotherapies, including chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cells, against tumor targets. Qualified candidates will have a have a strong background in immunology and cell or molecular biology. Direct hands-on experience with cellular and molecular immunology techniques are required for this position. Competitive candidates will be proficient with multi-parameter flow cytometry, CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing, recombinant virus preparation and transduction, and molecular and biochemical approaches to characterize cellular responses. Prior experience with primary mouse or human T cells and in vivo tumor models is highly desired.
Job ID
44853
Department
Pathology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
This is an outstanding opportunity for a Senior Researcher or Lead Researcher to join the laboratory of  Dr. Marta Derecka in the Department of Hematology at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The major goal of our laboratory is to gain mechanistic insights into the cross-talk of bone marrow niche and blood cells in physiological and disease conditions. You will have the opportunity to learn about and support innovative projects such as: changes of bone marrow microenvironment and its impact on aging blood system; transcriptional dysregulation of bone marrow niche in hematological disorders and bone marrow niche-induced changes of chromatin landscape in hematopoietic progenitors. You will work with mice models, cell lines, and human primary cells using a variety of molecular biology techniques (RNA-seq, ATAC-seq, CRISPR etc.)   Preferred skills - Proficiency in in vivo mouse models is highly desired. - Familiarity with flow cytometry and cell culture is desired but not necessary. - Experience in performing basic molecular techniques (RNA/DNA isolation, cloning, PCR etc.)  
Job ID
44956
Department
Hematology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
Senior Researcher: Performs a variety of basic laboratory research tasks determined by the field and scope of the particular research project/study. Performs tasks related to the research project independently, but within specific guidelines which are subject to review by supervisor and/or other research staff.   Lead Researcher: Performs a variety of moderately complex research tasks determined by the field and scope of the particular research project/study. Performs tasks related to the research project independently, but within broad guidelines and subject to periodic review by supervisor or other research staff.  
Job ID
F1278
Department
Developmental Neurobiology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
The laboratory of Dirk Loeffler is seeking outstanding, highly motivated, and creative candidates for a Scientist position, starting in November 2021 or the earliest date thereafter to study the early genetic and epigenetic changes in blood stem and progenitor cells in hematopoietic diseases and aging. The ideal candidate is curious, self-motivated, has excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Experience in cell and molecular biology or related fields, data analysis using R, Python or Matlab and a strong desire to learn new techniques are a prerequisite. A background in hematology, genomics, and/or epigenetics is preferred but not required and candidates from a wide variety of fields with a genuine interest in stem cells, cancer, epigenetics and aging are encouraged to apply.     Please include a cover letter and a list of publications with your application.   You will have the opportunity to work with a young and talented interdisciplinary team to decipher the molecular mechanisms regulating normal and mutant blood stem cell behaviors and decisions. Our laboratory uses state of the art molecular and cell biological tools, mouse models, genome-editing, next-generation sequencing, high-resolution 3D microscopy and develops soft- and hardware for cutting edge long-term continuous quantitative live-cell imaging to understand the molecular mechanisms of hematological diseases at the single-cell level to develop novel therapies. Relevant publications: Loeffler and Schneiter et al., Blood, 2021 Loeffler et al., Nature 2019 Loeffler et al., Blood 2019  
Job ID
46333
Department
Hematology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
We are seeking for a Researcher to join Dr. Dyer’s laboratory and provide highly technical animal  and research support for members of the laboratory.  Dr. Dyer’s research focus on how to improve immunotherapy for patients with Neuroblastoma, in addition to elucidate retinoblastoma cellular origins and develop more effective, targeted therapy.  St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, located in Memphis, Tennessee, is one of the world’s premier research and treatment centers for childhood disease. St. Jude has been recognized by Fortune magazine as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” every year since 2011 and was one of The Scientist’s top 10 “Best Places to Work in Academia” for seven consecutive years. St. Jude offers highly competitive stipends and benefits and actively fosters professional development.   Please include a cover letter in your application addressed to Dr. Justina McEyoy. Application Tips  
Job ID
46378
Department
Developmental Neurobiology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
The Moldoveanu lab is seeking a highly motivated cryo-EM structural biologist to work on interdisciplinary projects at the interface of integrated structural biology and biochemistry of proteins implicated in programmed cell death.   The successful candidate takes a leadership role in applying cryo-EM analysis in characterization of macromolecular complexes implicated in programmed cell death. He or she is expected to: - perform all aspects of single particle cryo-EM analysis independently, including negative staining, grid freezing, data collection and processing, and model building and refinement  - interpret structures to generate hypothesis for functional investigations - prepare and draft relevant sections of papers and grants - interface with the cryo-EM center in training new lab members The ideal candidate will have an academic record of innovative independent research using cryo-EM (papers in the field), hands-on experience with cryo-EM instrumentation, strong background in computational aspects of cryo-EM analysis, experience with sample manipulation for cryo-EM (e.g. purification, crosslinking), excellent oral, presentation, and written communication skills.   The successful candidate will join a highly collaborative team with expertise in biochemistry and structural biology focused on elucidating mechanisms of cell death signaling in the Department of Structural Biology with access to state-of-the-art cryo-EM instrumentation including Titan Krios, Talos Arctica, and Talos L120C. The Department has outstanding infrastructure and expertise in cryo-EM, X-ray crystallography, NMR spectroscopy, protein technologies, proteomics and metabolomics, and single molecule techniques. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is a Fortune 100 Best Company to work for. St. Jude offers highly competitive salary and benefits. We are in Memphis, Tennessee, a city newcomers and natives love to call home. It is friendly, affordable, clean, great for young families, and offers excellent quality of life.  
Job ID
44710
Department
Structural Biology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
We are seeking a highly driven scientist with broad interest in protein kinases, to oversee, organize and coordinate the activities of multiple researchers in a dynamic, comprehensive, inter-disciplinary initiative at the Department of Structural Biology, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.   The Blue Sky Initiative "Seeing the Invisible in Protein Kinases" is supported by $35 million in institutional funding (more information in the St. Jude Strategic Plan 2022–2027, pp 62–63).   The project will extend the ultra-high field NMR spectroscopy and biochemistry approaches developed recently by the Kalodimos lab (Science 370, eabc2754, 2020) to study the human kinome. This is a large-scale project that aims to detect and structurally characterize the distinct conformational states populated by kinases, and to dissect the mechanisms of allosteric regulation and those underpinning oncogenic and drug-resistance mutations. This strategy will be integrated with and complemented by data-science and computational approaches developed by the Babu lab (Nature 587, 650, 2020), to systematically characterize the conformational landscape of the human kinome.     We expect this initiative to have a profound impact on the field, transforming our understanding of protein kinases. We are looking for an enthusiastic scientist to join this project and take a key organizational role.   This is a high-level staff position, and the Prinicipal Scientist will: - Oversee the activities of over 40 scientists across different teams performing biochemistry, NMR and computational analyses of different kinases. - Organize and integrate the data generated by those teams. - Be the contact point for PIs and team leaders for information on all ongoing projects. - Identify kinases of biological and medical interest as targets - Search and synthesize the relevant literature information on kinase biology as necessary. - Prepare written materials for reports, presentations and publications. - Take a lead on organizing internal and international scientific meetings - Interact with other teams within St. Jude to identify scientific opportunities relevant for the project Furthermore, the ideal candidate should have a track-record of exceptional organizational and problem-solving skills; outstanding communication skills; be able to absorb, synthesize and integrate different types of information; work independently; and thrive on a highly collaborative and fast-moving environment.
Job ID
F1266
Department
Structural Biology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time
We are seeking a highly driven scientist with broad interest in protein kinases, to oversee, organize and coordinate the activities of multiple researchers in a dynamic, comprehensive, inter-disciplinary initiative at the Department of Structural Biology, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.   The Blue Sky Initiative "Seeing the Invisible in Protein Kinases" is supported by $35 million in institutional funding (more information in the St. Jude Strategic Plan 2022–2027, pp 62–63).   The project will extend the ultra-high field NMR spectroscopy and biochemistry approaches developed recently by the Kalodimos lab (Science 370, eabc2754, 2020) to study the human kinome. This is a large-scale project that aims to detect and structurally characterize the distinct conformational states populated by kinases, and to dissect the mechanisms of allosteric regulation and those underpinning oncogenic and drug-resistance mutations. This strategy will be integrated with and complemented by data-science and computational approaches developed by the Babu lab (Nature 587, 650, 2020), to systematically characterize the conformational landscape of the human kinome.     We expect this initiative to have a profound impact on the field, transforming our understanding of protein kinases. We are looking for an enthusiastic scientist to join this project and take a key organizational role.   This is a high-level staff position, and the Prinicipal Scientist will: - Oversee the activities of over 40 scientists across different teams performing biochemistry, NMR and computational analyses of different kinases. - Organize and integrate the data generated by those teams. - Be the contact point for PIs and team leaders for information on all ongoing projects. - Identify kinases of biological and medical interest as targets - Search and synthesize the relevant literature information on kinase biology as necessary. - Prepare written materials for reports, presentations and publications. - Take a lead on organizing internal and international scientific meetings - Interact with other teams within St. Jude to identify scientific opportunities relevant for the project Furthermore, the ideal candidate should have a track-record of exceptional organizational and problem-solving skills; outstanding communication skills; be able to absorb, synthesize and integrate different types of information; work independently; and thrive on a highly collaborative and fast-moving environment.
Job ID
F1267
Department
Structural Biology
Company
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Type
Full Time

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